Relentlessly hounded by the media since her bitter and very public divorce, Miranda Kelly has retreated to the sanctuary of her hometown. There, in addition to opening a flower shop, she has taken a second job as a lounge singer in the Inn at Snow Falls' Club Crimson... and done so under an appropriate stage name: Candy Cane.
Journalist Caleb McGregor is haunted by ghosts of his past, too, and is working to banish them. He's certain he should recognize the redheaded chanteuse but he pushes aside that sense of past familiarity for the present one consuming him. It's hard to keep his mind on the work that has brought him to Mistletoe, Colorado with the gorgeous Miranda in his bed.
But Caleb is hiding a big secret of his own. And when Miranda discovers the cruel truth, she knows living in a lovers resort won't keep what they've built from falling apart... unless each can trust the other not to kiss and tell, making their first Christmas together one to remember.
|Publisher:||Rocks and Ink|
|File size:||3 MB|
About the Author
A native Texan, Alison sold one of the first of her over fifty published works live on the "Isn't It Romantic?" episode of CBS 48 Hours. The resulting book, CALL ME, was a Romantic Times finalist for Best First Series Book. Alison's book, A LONG, HARD RIDE, part of Harlequin's 60th Anniversary celebration, was nominated for an RT Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Harlequin Blaze of 2009. STRIPTEASE, a 2003 release from Harlequin Blaze and part of her popular gIRL-gEAR series, was also an RT Reviewer's Choice Award nominee.
Her 2005 Kensington Brava release, THE BEACH ALIBI, was a nominee for the national Quill Awards, sponsored by Reed Business Information. Alison is also the author of THE COMPLETE IDIOT'S GUIDE TO WRITING EROTIC ROMANCE, and her 2009 novel, NO LIMITS, was a Cosmopolitan Magazine Red Hot Read. THE SECOND CHANCE CAFE, the first in her Hope Springs series from Amazon Montlake, was a 2014 RITA finalist in contemporary romance.
If there's a better career out there than writing, she doesn't want to know about it, as she's quite happy putting pen to paper in the backyard of her Texas home. That's where she lives with her petroleum geologist husband, three rescue dogs, and a colony of not-quite-feral cats, battling the heat each year to raise a bumper crop of tomatoes and jalapeno peppers.